Okay..... I am revamping it. I did not like that the cooler sat so low. Plus the lines where against the frame member, and even with the vinyl protector they eventually will wear.
I am removing the bypass adapter at the oil filter. Instead I bout an "Earl's" in line bypass that I will put in the oil return line to the sump. The earl's is -an10 which means 1/2 ID lines and I will step down to 3/8 right before the cooler. The bypass is staged to increase the oil flow to the cooler as the oil temp heats up. It also has 3 1/8 fpt ports. I will plug one, run the fan switch off another and a temp sensor off the third.
I am also moving it forward and higher. Just did not like that it sat so low. Instead of the metal "license holder" that was originally across the front, I was thinking of making something out of oak. After all the dash is stained wood and part of the frame is ash
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